Factors associated with social #isolation and being homebound among #older patients with #diabetes: a cross-sectional study

We aimed at investigating factors associated with social isolation and being homebound in older patients with diabetes.. ..Social isolation was defined as indulging in less than one interaction per week with individuals other than cohabiting family members. We defined homebound as going outside home less than once a day. To identify factors associated with social isolation and being homebound, we performed logistic regression analysis. The … Continue reading Factors associated with social #isolation and being homebound among #older patients with #diabetes: a cross-sectional study

Lowering the transmission and spread of human coronavirus

The emergence of the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 pandemic has created an unprecedented healthcare, social, and economic disaster. Wearing of masks and social distancing can significantly decrease transmission and spread, however, due to circumstances such as medical or dental intervention and personal choice these practices have not been universally adopted. Additional strategies are required to lessen transmission. Nasal rinses and mouthwashes, which directly … Continue reading Lowering the transmission and spread of human coronavirus